Eligibility Criteria (For MBA (Business Economics)):-
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Since you are doing BCom, with honours, any MBA field would be a great choice.
Because there is a huge demand for MBA grads in the upcoming years.
Still, to be specific, the few most fields would be Finance, Economics, Hospitality, Marketing, Business, Healthcare, Human Resource Management.
Dear mr x, can you tell which course you are interested in? If you have not written anything in the question, how can we answer you.
I think you understand the problem
i am assuming that you are talking about admission in Delhi school of economics (DSE) .The college offers BA, MA, M. Phil and Ph.D in Economics with over 100 seats. There is a sectional cutoff in DSE in a way that Students applying for UG courses must have scored at least 40% marks. other than that Students who are applying for courses specializing in a subject should have passed that subject in their qualifying examination. there is strick rule saying that 60% marks for those candidates want admission MAor BA in economics. there is some relaxation given to obs student for example being obc student the required marks are 40% for BA and 45% for BA (hons)
hope this help you !
All the best !
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